Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Recyclable Math Sort ~ Addition and Subtraction


Earth Day is right around the corner and I’m very excited to start focusing on “going green!” with my kindergartners.

 To review math, the students will be practicing with this recycling addition and subtraction sort during our literacy and math centers. This center is part of my Earth Day Unit (found here). This center uses basic operations in addition and subtraction with products equaling 0-5.


Directions for center:
Print, cut, and laminate the addition and subtraction recyclables. Have students sort the recyclables by their answers.

This center includes:
  •       24 addition cards on glass, plastic, tin can, and milk carton recyclables.
  •       24 subtraction cards on glass, plastic, tin can, and milk carton recyclables.
  •       6 recycling bins with numbers 0-5 on them. 
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4 comments

  1. I love your idea of a recycling theme to practice math facts! Great looking product!

    I also checked out your TPT store - cute stuff. I like your tying teachers freebie!

    ✿Becky & Julie
    First Grade Friendzee

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    Melissa
    First Grade Smiles

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  3. Welcome to blogging! Cute activities!
    Jennie
    JD's Rockin' Readers

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